1987 is marked as the year of Indians becoming the champions of world cricket, and dethroning England from its number 1 position. And the reason behind this? “Two tickets”. Let us dive into the history of the BCCI and find out how two tickets made India the superpower of the cricketing world. In 1983, India […]Read More How A Rejection In 1987 Made BCCI The Richest Cricket Board In the World
“UK declares national emergency, forests across Europe burn as extreme heatwaves wreak havoc.” “Climate change made heat waves 30 times more likely in South Asia” “Dozens dead in Canada as heatwave shatters records” “40% of Mumbai could be underwater in the next century” Climate change is not just excess heat, it’s also unseasonal rain, extreme […]Read More The Climate Is Changing: Why Aren’t We?
In 2009, P Sainath, a former Rural Affairs Editor of The Hindu, documented the plight of farmer suicides rampant in the Vidarbha region of Maharashtra. The 1-hour long documentary, dubbed “Nero’s Guests” draws a parallel between the Indian citizens, Indian government, and the mainstream media of the country with the Roman Emperor Nero and his […]Read More ANALYSIS OF NERO’s GUESTS
In today’s world, especially after the pandemic, we are all driven by our desires to live a different life. A different life for many of us is not necessarily a life where we bring change. It’s where we start living the lives of different people. Netflix, Amazon Prime, Disney+hotstar, and Sony Liv among many others […]Read More Disconnect to reconnect
While teachers, psychiatrists, and parents dispute the amount of screen time is suitable for kids, another such rising innovation in the shape of artificial intelligence and machine learning is starting to modify education tools and organizations and reshaping what the long-term future may look like in schooling. As per the research Artificial Intelligence Industry in […]Read More AI & Education: what lies ahead
The title ‘country of particular concern’ is a designation given by the US secretary of state who implements policy formation for external affairs under the international religious freedom act of 1998. A country that was once an example of unity in diversity has been named a country of particular concern, not once, not twice, but […]Read More INDIA: “A COUNTRY OF PARTICULAR CONCERN”
‘There is no greater journey than the one that you must take to discover all the mysteries that lie within you.’ Everyone is a human. Someone with dreams, values, experiences, emotions! We are all a box full of unique treasures waiting to be discovered. It is said that the greatest treasure that one can find […]Read More Human- A treasure box of invaluables
Formula 1 continues to be the passion of a vast majority of people. Over the years, it has evolved to be more than a sport- and an expensive one at that! Formula 1 has morphed into a huge industry and as religious monitors of this sport; we are accustomed to the infinite zeroes that turn […]Read More Formula 1: Cash, Cars & Crashes
Everyone in life fears something. Even the strongest beings alive fear something. There is no one in this world who fears nothing. Arachnophobia, acrophobia, trypanophobia, social phobia, aquaphobia, and thanatophobia are a few common fears. But the one thing people fear subconsciously is the fear of being forgotten. Athazagoraphobia or the fear of being forgotten is […]Read More My Worst Fear: Athazagoraphobia
A room full of people with fifty different forms of expression feels a lot more intimidating than a group call on Google Meet for the same amount of time. I found myself in a similar room a month back and switching off my camera seemed like the best option; if only I could exercise it. […]Read More Pandemic Withdrawal: Are We Ready to Be Offline Yet?